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Soil By Katheryn Holter The climate was warm and moist causing long growing seasons. The Southern colonies had the warmest climate out of the 3 colonies Primary source words said by a settler “The soil is dark and soft, a foot in thickness,
and rests upon a rich and red clay.
Everywhere there are very high trees..............
An abundance of springs and water.......
There is an endless number of birds........
There is nothing wanting to the region.” SOUTHERN COLONY STATES MAJOR CROPS Tobacco All states traded tobacco and some kind of fruit or vegetable( corn, olives, grapes or raisins). The majority of the states traded or sold rice, metals like iron, wheat, lumber, indigo, cotton, bricks and furs traded products of southern colonies SCHOOL IN THE SOUTHERN COLONIES School age kids were taught
at home for the most part
by their parents or
by private tutors. When these kids became teenagers,
they would then go off to
college or to Europe. Southern girls did not go to school. clothing The women wore linen
or wool dresses, and wore
petticoats underneath.
They wore white caps on
their heads and leather
shoes went on their feet. north carolina FOUNDERS south carolina LORD BALTIMORE JAMES OGLETHORPE John Smith Virginia Maryland Georgia Group of Virginia colonists 8 nobles with a
charter from the King SOUTHERN COLONIES Southern Colony soil was fertile and rich. Soil in Backcountry region wasn’t as rich as that in the Tidewater region because the tidewater from the ocean left minerals on Tidewater region, making the soil more fertile. virginia georgia North Carolina maryland SOUTH CAROLINA There was freedom of religion to all Christians in the colony. For the rest of southern colonists, the Anglican Church was established by law. RELIGION OF THE SOUTHERN COLONIES By 1700, Southern Colony plantations came to rely on slaves to clear the land, work the crops and tend livestock southern colony plantation November 26, 2012 5th hour Resources "S.C.O.R.E." S.C.O.R.E. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Nov. 2012. <http://www.score.k12.ca.us/>.
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"Southern Colonies." Southern Colonies. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Nov. 2012. <http://matsumoto.eesd.org/TM28/col09/colsc.html>.
"ED101-website." ED101-website. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Nov. 2012. <http://ed101.bu.edu/> climate , The women made lots of stews
with the meat and vegetables.
The corn was
cooked into bread or
ground into mush. , , The men hunting for deer,
rabbits, and wild turkey.
They fished and
collected clams
from the ocean. Food The families raised their own
food. They had to grow grain, fruits, and vegetables.
They also raised cattle hogs,
sheep, and chickens. food food Rice Indigo Theses were grown on large plantations The men and the boys
wore breeches, long linen
shirts, and leather shoes. Some rich people
were able to buy
clothes made
in Europe. REGION INFORMATION: REGION INFORMATION: REGION INFORMATION: REGION INFORMATION: REGION INFORMATION: REGION INFORMATION: REGION INFORMATION:
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